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I purchased Nabisco vegetable thin snack crackers at the store recently because I trust Nabisco and they seemed wonderfully healthy. However, I haven't given them to my pa son yet because it...
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I have been wondering recently how likely is a problem w/ cross contamination at a major American food producer's factory? I know that everyone has to make their own decisions, but I am curious...
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Does anyone know what Datem and Protease are made of? Datem was listed on a box of Nilla Choc. Wafers they were using at school. Since I didn't know what it was, I didn't let my PA daughter eat it....
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Today I called Lipton, who makes Ragu Pizza Quick (Traditional flavor). I was calling to find out what their "vague labels" actually were. They were incredibly helpful, and gave me great answers...
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I ran across this over the weekend. It came in gingerbread and oatmeal raisin. I called the manufacturer and left meassage. The oatmeal raisin is produced on a non-peanut line per Maury. He returned...
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I just got back from the grocery store and my son was picking out cereal. He spoted the new Nestle NesQuick Cereal so I picked it up and read the ingredients. It has [b]Peanut Flour[/b] listed in...
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Hi All, I was at the grocery store today and noticed Smuckers has a new "Peanut Butter and Jelly Snack box" similar to "Lunchables." I guess when I think of "Smuckers" I think of jelly, not peanut...
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Hi, I was recently in a PetCo store here in Southern California, and I noticed that a lot of their pre-packaged NutroMax dog biscuits contain peanut flour! Also, they had these peanut-butter filled...
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On the Kraft thread, it was mentioned Annie's Mac and cheese is no good for PA. Is it the canned or the boxed or both? I spoke with Annies a few years back and things were "O.K." then. My son has...
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After reading some posts on this site, I saw that some people were using Hershey's products (candy bars, kisses, etc). I had called Hershey's many years ago and was pretty much told that their...
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Someone informed us that they thought this product caused a slight reaction from their child because it contained peanut. If someone could contact this company and find out if their product actually...
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Hi. My 8 year old daughter is severely peanut allergic, but was tested negative for beans. Still, I'm scared to let her try baked beans, green beans,chili, chick peas, peas, and all soups with...
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Hi, this is my first posting. My 20-month-old son is peanut and walnut allergic. I, like Patti, researched Near East and other rice/grain/bean manufacturers (Marakesh, Casbah, Brenda's Cafe, ect.)...
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Hi everyone, Just wanted to let you know that I've just gotten off of the phone with my Kellogg's Consumer Affairs Specialist and she passed on the same information that you've already posted. One...
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On Sept. 7 1999 I posted information about a useful website I had found--unfortunately I did not provide the entire string of the URL required to get to the appropriate page. If interested in...
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someone posted this on another board, i wanted to keep it organized. Here is part of their post>>> Hi there, I am a PA sufferer in Ireland,... Butler's Handmade Irish Chocolates will be...
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This might be old news to some of you, but today I opened a new box of Team Cheerios. On the top flap, where the tab tucks into the lower flap there is a new statement which says in bold "Food...
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Today, under the Recipies/Snacks board, I was involved in a discussion regarding the use of Betty Crocker Stir N Bake cake mixes (I mainly use these because they contain no egg and make a darn good...
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My 14mos old son suffered a severe reaction to peanuts this past weekend. Everything is now OK, but the consequences of this allergy are just starting to sink in. As far as we knew at the time the...
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I've just received a response from the Quaker Oats Company (Regina Stevenson, Sr. Analyst, Consumer Communications) as follows: "In an effort to manage ingredients that are known allergens, the...
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